Despite the talking heads lamenting the existence of ISIS, the reality is that stopping ISIS is not the primary goal of American foreign policy in the Middle-East. From Hillary Clinton's leaked emails, we have an honest insight into the goals of the establishment:
The best way to help Israel deal with Iran's growing nuclear capability is to help the people of Syria overthrow the regime of Bashar Assad.
Negotiations to limit Iran's nuclear program will not solve Israel's security dilemma. Nor will they stop Iran from improving the crucial part of any nuclear weapons program — the capability to enrich uranium. At best, the talks between the world's major powers and Iran that began in Istanbul this April and will continue in Baghdad in May will enable Israel to postpone by a few months a decision whether to launch an attack on Iran that could provoke a major Mideast war.
Iran's nuclear program and Syria's civil war may seem unconnected, but they are. For Israeli leaders, the real threat from a nuclear-armed Iran is not the prospect of an insane Iranian leader launching an unprovoked Iranian nuclear attack on Israel that would lead to the annihilation of both countries. What Israeli military leaders really worry about -- but cannot talk about -- is losing their nuclear monopoly. An Iranian nuclear weapons capability would not only end that nuclear monopoly but could also prompt other adversaries, like Saudi Arabia and Egypt, to go nuclear as well. The result would be a precarious nuclear balance in which Israel could not respond to provocations with conventional military strikes on Syria and Lebanon, as it can today. If Iran were to reach the threshold of a nuclear weapons state, Tehran would find it much easier to call on its allies in Syria and Hezbollah to strike Israel, knowing that its nuclear weapons would serve as a deterrent to Israel responding against Iran itself.
ISIS isn't the ideal neighbour for Israel by any means, but in the grand scheme of things Israel would prefer a radical Sunni neighbour to a secular dictator who sides with Iran.
There's two primary factions that shape the Middle-East today--the Sunnis and Shiites. On the one side is Iran, the only Shia state in existence, and around this country the Shia minorities of the Muslim world have rallied, the largest of these minorities being the Houthis in Yemen, the Shia in eastern Iraq, and Hezbollah in Lebanon. Assad is a largely secular dictator, but he and many of his supporters are Alawites, a break away sect of Shia Islam. While not quite orthodox Shia, in the fight between the Sunni and Shia, they come down decidedly on the side of the Shiites.
On the other side is the Sunni axis, which has oddly enough formed an unspoken alliance with Israel. Saudi Arabia and Israel form the bedrock of this alliance.
Forget the nonsense you hear about America's foreign policy being concerned only with the well being of people being oppressed. The best way to defeat ISIS would be to back Assad, but for the reasons stated above, America will not do this. That's because Israel has very powerful co-ethnics in the United States who put the interest of their country (Israel) first. This is why Trump's slogan of "America First" has been decried as anti-Semitic--not because it is anti-Jewish, but because it is not in the interest of Jews.
Not for it's citizens, but for the sake of (((The Greatest Ally))), the United States recently bombed the SAA, the Syrian Arab Army, the official armed force of the Syrian government. In so doing it killed sixty Syrian soldiers. This helped ISIS forces nearby to capture a strategically important hill in the city Deir Ezzor, a city that is one of the few places in eastern Syria where the SAA has been able to maintain control. The hill is strategically important because the only way to reinforce the SAA forces in the embattled city is by air, and now the airport is under constant fire from the hill ISIS forces captured. Regardless of whether this was intentional or not, the fact is that America is actively opposing Assad and Russia and actively operating in the same airspace as the Russians are.
The people of America are tired of (((neocon))) wars, but the establishment has been trying for years now to get involved in a conflict that none of us want to fight. First it was complaints about Assad suppressing peace loving liberal moderates, who happen to occasionally give American weapons to ISIS and eat human hearts. Then came the the lies about the use of chemical weapons by Assad--after Iraq, nobody really bought this story.
This hasn't stopped them from pushing onwards and involving America more and more in a conflict from which Americans have nothing to benefit and much to lose. The American government is playing chicken with the Russian Federation just to ensure that Assad doesn't win, even if this means indirectly supporting ISIS. Popular opinion is a tool if it can be moulded to their whims, and an obstacle to be stepped over if the people can't be browbeaten into submission. If they can't con America into the war, they'll inch it into the war, bit by bit, until extricating the US from the Syrian conflict will be nearly impossible.
Do not let them start a war with Russia, a war that might turn nuclear, over barbaric savages on the other side of the planet. Spread the news of this, get on Twitter and raise awareness, write to your congressmen telling them you oppose this, and get your friends and family to do the same. The fate of the world lies in the hands of America, and the smaller countries on this planet can do little else but watch and pray. Do what you can to expose the lies of globalists in your government who would send the most patriotic and nationalist of your people to die for the interests of Israel's foreign policy.